Spotlight on the new EU public procurement directive
By Ruth Smith
The new directive on public procurement is in the final stages of its journey into the statute book. It is expected to be adopted at European level this autumn and then implemented on an expedited timetable in the UK some time in the second half of 2014. The most recent draft has just been published.
Earlier this month, at an event organised by the Procurement Lawyers Association in London, the European Parliament, the European Commission and the Cabinet Office revealed the latest plans for EU adoption and UK implementation of the new EU procurement directives…
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